Completed in 2009, it is a bronze and steel sculpture of the RMS Titanic, 14 metres tall and 4 metres wide and takes the form of an oversized Airfix plastic model kit and has a number of components recognizable as parts from the RMS Titanic.
According to Stallard, the artwork would symbolize the importance of Belfast as an industrial pioneer during the era when the Titanic was constructed. In addition, the sculpture would serve as a contemporary tribute as such to the shipbuilders and shipbuilding industry.
Do you want to learn more about the history of Belfast? See this site on my Titanic Quarter & Maritime Belfast tour!